Religious Freedom Symposium in Salt Lake
Attorneys, law students, and lay persons are invited to attend an upcoming religious freedom symposium hosted by the Salt Lake City and S.J. Quinney College of Law chapters of the Law Society: Promoting Religious Freedom: What Can You Do. Speakers will include Hannah Smith (Becket Fund), James Sonne, (Stanford Law School), Elizabeth Clark (International Center for Law and Religion Studies at BYU), Gary McKean (Utah-Idaho Southern Baptist Convention), and Shawn Gunnarson (Kirton & McConkie). Registration and more details are available online.
Submit Entries for "Religious Freedom in 30 Seconds" Contest
Do you wonder how you can help promote and defend religious freedom? Here's an easy way: Participate in the J. Reuben Clark Law Society Religious Freedom Committee's Religious Liberty
Sister Renlund to Speak at Annual Fireside in January
Sister Ruth Lybbert Renlund will be the speaker at the J. Reuben Clark Law Society Annual Fireside which will be held on Friday, January 20, 2017 at 6:00 pm in the Little Theater of the LDS Conference Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Sister Renlund practiced law in Salt Lake City for over twenty years and is the former president of the law firm Dewsnup, King, and Olsen. She has served on the board of directors for Deseret News and Workers Compensation Fund of Utah, as chair of the Judicial Conduct Commission for the State of Utah, and was the first female president of the Utah Trial Lawyers Association. She and her husband, Elder Dale G. Renlund, are the parents of one daughter, Ashley. Please contact your local Chapter Chair for times this will be viewed in your area.
Save the Date for Annual JRCLS Conference
The Annual Conference of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society will be held February 16-18, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for JRCLS members and guests. More details will be available soon. Please make plans now to attend.
"In order to be guided in life's journey and have the constant companionship in the Holy Ghost, we must have a "hearing ear" and a "seeing eye," both directed upward. We must act on the direction we receive. We must look up and step up. And as we do, I know we will cheer up, for God wants us to be happy. We are Heavenly Father's children. He wants to be a part of our lives, to bless us, and to help us. He will heal our wounds, dry our tears, and help us along our path to return to His presence. As we look to Him, He will lead us."
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